Today’s Headlines

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  • America before Earth Day: What a mess (NY Times)
  • For Earth Day, Trump ended ability of parks to ban sales of water in plastic bottles (EcoNews)
  • SANDAG holds public workshops on transportation plans (Patch)
  • Third lane opens on Richmond San Rafael Bridge during commute hours (Marin Independent Journal)
  • Big rig hits message sign on highway 99 near Galt, spills boulders (Sacramento Bee)
  • Bill allowing BART to build housing near its stations moves forward (MPA)
    • APA digs in to oppose it–because local control (Planetizen)
  • Political intrigue, the BOE’s redistricting, and the gas tax (Capitol Weekly)
  • Federal court overturns delay on fines for not meeting auto efficiency standards (Electrek)
  • Federal regulation on autonomous vehicles might be “petering out” after crashes (Jalopnik)
  • What’s behind falling transit ridership (Ethan Elkind)
  • CA legislative leaders are not really committed to transparency on harassment claims (LA Times)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Steve Lopez explores L.A.’s “other” [sic] bike culture (LA Times)
  • Causes, consequences of transit fragmentation in the Bay Area (Global Transit Innovations)
  • Watsonville pedestrian seriously injured, so police to cite bicyclists and pedestrians—not drivers? (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
  • Bill would help BART build housing (Bay City Beacon)
  • Moving forward after housing bill spiked (Ethan Elkind)
  • Oil, soda companies pouring money into initiative to make it harder to raise taxes (Sacramento Bee)
  • Bay Area Air Quality Management District to host workshops on Community Health Protection Program in Vallejo, Fairfield (Daily Republic)
  • Parents didn’t want fracking near their kids’ school, so oil company moved it near a low-income school (Mother Jones)
  • VW promises autonomous parking by 2020 (Automotive IT)

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Today’s Headlines

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